A complex and well-structured wine in which the fruit and oak come over as having blended together well.
Aged for 12 months in 3 year-old French (70%) and American (30%) oak barrels, and subsequently for 9 months in bottle.
What does this wine taste like?
|Higly aromatic / Harmonious / Cherries / Vanilla / Strawberries / Pepper|
|Rounded / Elegant|
Drinking and storing
Sirloin steak / Semi-cured cheeses / Grilled wild mushrooms
Ratings and awards
|2010||91 PK||91 PN|
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker
Canas, always reliable, always tasty
Canas's crianza is one of my most regular purchases, and has never yet let me down. A really reliable and tasty Rioja that goes with many dishes.
Nice Rioja, good value for money
No a very heavy Rioja, good with meat or just to drink on a winters day. Have just tried this one years ago, and buy it regulary since.
Versatile fruity wine, great with food but also fantastic to drink on summer afternoons with friends - a go to winery.
Thanks very much, on a recent visit to Rioja Alvesa I tried this and bought somefor home too, very good
Un petit rioja
Je suis un fidèle de cette cave depuis plusieurs années mais j'ai trouvé que ce vin était un cran en retrait par rapport aux millésimes précédents,notamment le 2013.
|Ageing period||12 months|
|Type of wood||American and French oak|
Bodegas Luis Cañas
In 1989 Juan Luis Cañas, son of D. Luis Cañas, took up the reins of this family-owned winery with over two centuries of wine-making tradition. Since then the prestige of their wines has known no bounds, as these are top quality wines, mainly Crianzas and Reservas. Since 2009, Juan Luis has been the owner of Bodegas Amaren.